Capitol Report (Feb. 21): Trump Launches Truth Social App

Russian President Vladimir Putin gave an announcement Monday that NATO leaders are calling an attack without weapons. And President Joe Biden has agreed to meet with Putin later this week so long as tanks aren’t rolling in.

Hundreds of truckers are getting set to drive across the country. This time they won’t be delivering any goods, but they do have a strong message. We have an interview with Maureen Steel, the organizer of “The People’s Convoy.”

The American trucker convoy is set to bring their message to Washington, D.C. They want life to go back to normal so they can make ends meet. But Biden just told Congress to extend the COVID-19 state of emergency.

George Washington’s birthday shouldn’t just be another day off from school or work, but a day to reflect on the man who founded and laid the foundation for the United States of America. Author and historian John Berlau joins us to discuss.

Former President Donald Trump’s social media platform is now available for download on the App Store. It’s called Truth Social.

Beijing announced sanctions on two American companies, for the third time in as many years. But the rogue regime isn’t giving many details.

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